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Lake Pelican Group Completes Culvert Revision and Roadraise - Project #7.

Pelican Group Continues Water Quality Project. Project #2.

First Small Dam Complete

Water Pollution

Comprehensive Watershed Management Plan

Small Dams Protect Our Farmland Resources

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Lake Pelican Group Completes Culvert Revision and Roadraise - Project #7.
Lake Pelican Water Project District along with Lura township and Grant Country completed a culvert revision with a roadraise on 151st Street in Lura Township in the Upper Big Sioux basin.
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Pelican Group Continues Water Quality Project. Project #2.
A group formed in 1988 and expanded in 1998 to a water project district has announced the completion of its second water quality structure project.
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First Small Dam Complete
A ribbon cutting cermony was held Sep. 18, 2003 on the first small dam stucture that was installed by the Lake Pelican Water Project District.
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Water Pollution
Army Corps, EPA Announce Agreement on Watershed Approach to Decision making
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Comprehensive Watershed Management Plan
The Comprehensive Water Resources Management Plan will be completed by years' end 2002.
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Small Dams Protect Our Farmland Resources
When small dams are implemented, no family farms or agriculture producers are displaced. This cannot be said for large dam design. Small dams have been proven to actually enhance the watershed for fanning and ranching.
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Environmentally Friendly
Multiple small dams and ponding are the proper and practical approach to the general population of and about Watertown and all communities to the south. This cost effective and simple procedure is being reviewed by many watershed areas and water project districts throughout the state and nation.
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Barr Engineering Company
To date, Barr Engineering has established over 200 projects using small dams and water detention structures for maintaining flood control, improving water quality, recharging aquifer, protecting roadways and enhancing wildlife habitat.
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